Forget about driving to Ljubljana. The old city has been vehicle-free since 2007. But this doesn’t mean you have to walk everywhere. Visitors hopping between sights can jump on a free electric golf-cart-slash-tourist-train, or borrow free bikes. Book a stay at Urban and Green B&B for extra eco points.
Want to experience Europe in miniature? Get those buns to Slovenia. More and more people are waking up to the magic of this Central European charmer, but it remains bizarrely off the radar of the majority. Well, more fool them, as that leaves more of it for those in the know to love and cherish. Yes, you can insert a comment about it having ‘love’ in its name here, if you so desire.
Slovenia is also ahead of the game when it comes to green tourism, with an impressive roster of tourist farms and pedestrian-friendly cities from Kranj to Murska Sobota and everywhere in between. Start your love affair with the country by embarking on a Slovenian getaway that is good for the planet, and these four tick all the boxes.